With the exciting news of our new summer worship schedule, the music team is putting the Sacred Voices concert series on hold until a future date, when we might be able to have the concert in another format.
Third Saturdays, 9-10:30 a.m.
  • June 19 – Turkey Creek Trail
  • July 17 – McKinney Falls State Park
  • Aug. 21 – TBD
Communion will be offered (following the liturgy similar to communion groups) as part of a hike. Visit for more information and to register.
Submit through May 23
Have you shared what you love about St. David's? This is the last weekend to join this Eastertide campaign. Tag us and add #TTLASD! 
If you haven’t seen the wilderness-themed mural on the wall facing 7th Street, you have until Wednesday, May 26. In the coming weeks Holy Grounds will begin offering Mural card sets and magnets for sale.
Saturday, June 26, 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Let's gather at Zilker park for games and a picnic! Please bring your own food and drink and a game or sports equipment to add to the fun. The exact location in the park is to be determined. Registration open now.
In person, June 7-11, 9 a.m.-Noon (aftercare available)
Click the image above to watch a video from Director of Children's Ministry Amanda Wischkaemper about in-person Vacation Bible School. Contact Amanda to register and submit your completed VBS 2021 Registration Form.

Virtual option available in July
Let's "Change the World with Loving Kindness."
Ages 3-11, Aug.16-20 and Aug. 23-27, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Cost $225 per week, due with registration
Two weeks of fun-filled, age-appropriate, indoor and outdoor activities. Kids will enjoy games, puzzles, arts and crafts, stories, science, group activities as well as free time.
Sundays, 10-10:15 a.m.
After the Sunday online worship service with Director for Children’s Ministry Amanda Wischkaemper. Access on Facebook and at

Sundays, 10:15-11:10 a.m. Classes are on Zoom and begin after Children's Chapel
  • We Worship God Together (Ages 3-Kindergarten) Get to know God’s love and discover the truth of God’s Word.
  • The Prince of Egypt (1st-5th Grades)
  • The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd: Ecclesiola (Level I: Ages 3-6, Level II: Ages 6-9). Catechumens will gather at the virtual prayer table on Zoom for prayer, song, and reflection. 

Contact Director of Children’s Ministry Amanda Wischkaemper to become a volunteer.
Come to the church to pick up your faith journal after worship services or at the front desk during the week to chronicle ways you find to rest, re-create, and reflect this summer. For more information contact April Kerwin.
Variations on the Three R's
Sundays at 10 a.m. on Zoom
A ten-week focus on rest, re-creation, and reflection.

May 30: Mapping God’s Care in Psalm 23 for a Restless World Caring for a world overwhelmed by suffering without surrendering to cynical logic or a permanent state of carelessness.Presented by the Rev. Dr. Gregory L. Cuéllar, Associate Professor of Old Testament at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. 

June 6: Tikkun olam: Repairing the World Rabbi Noah Kitty, spiritual leader of Congregation Etz Chaim, will share a teaching on the Jewish understanding of repairing the world. 
June 13: A Theology of Food The Rev. Cameron Spoor, Curate, St. David’s Episcopal Church

June 20: St. David's Anti-Racism History Project: The Two Reverends Fontaine
A new history project launched by St. David's Anti-Racism Task Force. Presented by Laura Hernández-Ehrisman, Ph.D.

June 27: Playful Trinity Come join Deacon Santi as he explores how sharing in the life of the Holy Trinity draws us to holy play. This includes a look at the powerful relationship between creative love and playfulness.

July 4: No Lecture

July 11: God as Gardener Discover a gardening model of involvement with Earth care based on descriptive notions of God as Gardener, Christ the Gardener, and the Spirit intimately involved in the relationship between the Gardener and garden.

May 26-June 30
The Book of Esther; our study will explore the historical background of the book, its unfolding narrative drama, and the courage and wit of Esther who helped save her people from annihilation.
June 7-Aug. 11
More a parable than a prophetic book, our study of Jonah will explore how this reluctant prophet invites us to consider that God’s love and mercy are not limited only to those whom we think are deserving.
June 3, 10, 17, 24 at 6 p.m. on Zoom
A discussion of the book Invisible in Austin: Life and Labor in an American City, edited by Javier Auyero. Led by Dr. Laura Hernández-Ehrisman. We will examine stories of people who are often overlooked in public accounts of our fast growing, high-tech city.
July 10, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Led by Dr. Mona West.
Gather in a quiet room at St. David's to use poetry and readings from Quaker writer Parker Palmer to explore invitations for our Christian journey from the season of summer. A box lunch will be provided.
Sunday, 10 a.m. Youth Formation

Weekly EYC (Episcopal Youth Community) Youth are invited to bring dinner and gather weekly for check-ins, devotionals, games, and fellowship. 

Wednesday, May 26, 5:30-7 p.m.
6th-12th graders are invited to a combined EYC end of school year party on Zoom. There will be games, contests, and fellowship. Each attendee will receive a $10 gift card for dinner to their restaurant of choice. Email Jenny Campbell with your dinner choice to RSVP.

6th-12th graders are invited to a Formation end-of-school year party on Zoom. New topics and Combined Summer EYC will begin on the following Sunday, June 6. Contact Jenny Campbell for Zoom links.
Contact Director of Youth Ministry Jenny Campbell for Youth links to online formation and weekly Middle and High School EYC, and to be added to the newsletter or GroupMe lists.
Hospitality Ministry
Café Divine and Holy Grounds
Lunch | Dinner | Gifts | Coffee To Go
Order Online and enjoy contact-free pickup
• Holy Grounds pickup: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
• Café Divine pickup: 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Cafe Divine New Crisp for Curbside May 2021
Black Bean Soup
So, you've tried our Apple and Cherry & Blueberry Crisps; now we present to you Strawberry Rhubarb Crisps. Celebrate summer with fresh strawberries, tangy rhubarb, and a buttery brown sugar oat topping. Served ready to bake with easy baking instructions. Available until they sell out. Don't miss your favorite summer treat!
This week only, get a FREE cup of Vegan Caribbean Black Bean Soup when you order a panini and write the code SOUP in the Special Instructions section. Only applies to panini orders
Cool off from the Texas heat with an Iced Horchata Latte! Enjoy a sweet and smooth blend of espresso, horchata, and cinnamon.
Thank you for your generosity to God and St. David's Episcopal Church. Your gifts support our mission-critical ministries.
MAIL TO 301 E. 8th Street, Austin, Texas 78701.
GIVE ONLINE: If you have trouble giving online on Sunday, please give at a later time or consider a recurring donation through your bank. We apologize for this inconvenience. Text STDAVE to 73256
If you are not already giving, please consider making St. David's your giving priority this year. Contact Director of Stewardship April Kerwin.
Fellowship and Outreach Online
Thank you to everyone who donated food to help feed our neighbors who are hungry on Saturdays. We are requesting donations of the following items:
  • Cases of Gatorade (12oz or bigger, any flavor)
  • Bags of chips (individually packaged, any flavor)
  • Boxes of granola or fruit bars (individually packaged, any flavor)
Donations labeled "Saturday Sandwich Ministry" can be left at the front desk weekdays, 8 a.m.-4 p.m., or Sundays during in-person worship. With your donation, neighbors will receive a lunch bag with a handmade sandwich, fruit, and more! Contact Chef Ray Trono or April Kerwin with questions.
Wednesday, June 2, 6-7:30 p.m.
Join other women from St. David's for fellowship and fun at this outdoor, in-person gathering. Sandi Boone will host us at her house. Address will be provided upon registering. Bring your own beverage; food will be provided! If you would prefer to participate virtually, please email Amy Moehnke.
Daughters of the King next meeting TBD

Environmental Guild (meets quarterly)

GLEE (Gay, Lesbian, and Everyone Else) (meets monthly on 2nd Thursdays) 6/10, 7 p.m.

Laundry Love (meets last Thursday of the month) 5/27, 5:30 p.m.
Men's Group 6/17, 7 p.m.

Movie Group The movies for April: The Father, Concrete Cowboy, and The Truffle Hunters. Watch the movies and join the discussion on Facebook.

St. Agnes Guild Last Saturdays, 10 a.m.

Women's Group (meets 1st Wednesdays) 6/2, 6 p.m., In-person and online

Writers Group Sundays, 1 p.m.

Veterans Guitar Group Tuesdays, 7 p.m.
Streaming Online May 22
Reserve FREE tickets for the first Concert for the Human Family - "In These Uncertain Times..." filmed live at Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral. With your reservation, you'll also receive a link to an exclusive post-concert Zoom conversation with the concert series creators, hosted by Presiding Bishop Michael B. Curry.

Spread the word! Trinity is looking for a full-time Communications/Volunteer Coordinator. If you or someone you know is people-friendly, social-media-savvy, and passionate about helping people experiencing homelessness then we want you! Email with your resume and cover letter or if you have questions about the position.